Showing posts with label Newspaper. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Newspaper. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Jahrespressekonferenz des BDZV 2013: Zahlen und Daten zur wirtschaftlichen Lage der Zeitungen

Der BDZV berichtet von einem Umsatzzuwachs von 1,4 % bei den Vertriebsumsätzen der Zeitungsverlage und einem Minus von 8,9 % im Anzeigen/Beilagenbereich. Macht zusammen Minus - 3,3 %  für 2012 (vs. 2011).

Die Hoffnungen der (ehemaligen) Zeitungsbranche richten sich auf Digital + eClassified + eCommerce + eRemuneration + eLSR. Rund 660 Zeitungsportale (und 387 Zeitungen) bringen es - gerade mal so - auf die doppelte Reichweite wie das Special Interest Portal CHIP (AGOF).



Die (wenigen) Daten und Fakten zur Situation der Zeitungsverlage



via /mehr @BDZV

ergänzt am 3-Juli-2013 9:44

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Snapshot: 28,9 Mio Unique User lesen Zeitung(en) online - I.Quartal 2013

Da geht doch noch was, oder?

Reichweiten der pZeitungen 2012 (alle Arten):     49,85 Mio.

Internetnutzer (in den letzten 3 Monaten):          51,45 Mio.

Online-Zeitungsleser (in den letzten 3 Monaten):  28,88 Mio.

Quellen: MA 2012, Print II,  AGOF internet facts 2013-03
Basis: deutschsprachige Wohnbevölkerung ab 14 Jahren


via ZMG [PM] - AGOF internet facts 2013-3 Sonderauswertung


Die Charts als PDF in Orginalgröße


Friday, September 28, 2012

PEW Study: Trends in News Consumption: 1991 - 2012 (US)

From the PewResearchCenter 'In Changing News Landscape, Even Television is Vulnerable'

Some Highlights
- The Rise of Social Networks for News
- Twitter Not a Major News Source, but growing
- The Decline of Paper in Reading & Writing
- Only 1/3 of Americans aged 18 - 29 watched yesterday News on TV

Online News Continues to Climb

Monday, March 19, 2012

Annual Report on American Journalism: State of the [US] News Media 2012 Out


a PEW Research Center Project for Excellence [Ignorance and Failure] in Journalism

Major Trends
Mobile may be leading to a deeper experience with news than on the PC
Social media are important but not overwhelming drivers of news | Facebook & Twitter
News viewership on television shows growth [unxpected]
More news outlets will move to digital subscriptions in 2012
As privacy becomes an even larger issue, the impact on news is uncertain


Key Findings

Audience















Revenue


























More at stateofthemedia.org

Newspapers by the Numbers

Digital News by the Numbers

Magazines by the Numbers

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Measuring US Newspapers Facebook Engagement: 2010 Biving Study

(Part I.)



via / more at bivingsreport.com

Who would this picture look like in Germany? If not for Facebook, maybe for Holtzbrinck's Newspaper and Social Network ventures?

Saturday, December 04, 2010

WSJ Infographic: The Habits of Online Newspaper Readers

Online newspaper readers by device type and throughout the day based on comScore data



via / more at wsj.com

Addendum:
The distribution of of usage on computers, smart phones and iPads over the day is based on the overall use of each device. So the curves does not mean that, for example at 21:00 clock twice as many users of online newspapers "enjoy" reading on their iPads, than reading on a computer device [e.g. 8 % of < 1 % is much less than 4 % out of 97 %].

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

On The Media from NPR: Are Newspapers Dead Yet? (Audio)

From WNYC in New York, this is NPR's On the Media, devoted this week to the future of the newspaper.



via / transcript onthemedia.org

Why are we discussing so much about monetizing the newspaper industry and so little about the way (formerly known as) readers use and interact with "News"?

Monday, July 12, 2010

Analysis: Interesting Data on 'Productivity' of Editorial and 'Profitability' of Newspaper

by Frédéric Filloux 'Too Many Journalist?' Comparing France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, UK (Japan and USA).

The No. of Journalist working for a Newspaper does not define the Quality



Productivity of Journos depends more on market density and concentration

To produce a million copies per day, it takes

… 414 journalists in Japan, a record high dense market in which the average daily sells almost 500,000 copies

… but 1600 in Sweden and Finland where a daily sells typically 40,000 copies

…and 1122 in the US where, on average, a daily sells 34,000 copies


The profitability relies more in workforce adjustment, than on subsidies



continuation / more interesting stuff

via @matthiasschwenk

Monday, April 19, 2010

Eric Schmidt speaks to the American Society of News Editors

on April 11, 2010 in Washington, D.C.



Still waiting for a publisher to deliver a keynote advising Google & Co how to improve Google's business and profit ...

Thursday, March 25, 2010

NYTimes: 2009 Was Worst Year for the US Newspaper Business in Decades

Money made from print ads, which remains the bulk of newspaper revenue, dropped 28.2; the limited information released so far this year indicates that it is still dropping, but at a much slower pace than in the last two years.

Classified ads, the category most affected by migration to the Internet, fell 38.1 percent last year. Since 2000, classified revenue is down by more than two-thirds.

Online ad revenue, long the fast-rising hope of a deeply troubled industry, fell 11.8 percent last year, though some publishers say that it is growing again in 2010. Internet ads accounted for 10 percent of all newspaper ad revenue.
schrieb Richard Pérez-Peña gestern auf mediadecoder nytimes.com

Also wenig erfreuliches vom Zeitungsmarkt USA ... die Anzeigenumsätze 2005 - 2010


Die komplette NAA Auswertung (1950- 2009) online und als XLS Tabelle

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Zeitungen nutzen digitale Möglichkeiten wie nie zuvor in ihrer über 400-jährigen Geschichte

Der BDZV teilt mit

- heute gibt es 658 Websites von Zeitungen (plus 22 gegenüber 2008)
- Videos gibt es auf 498 Websites (plus fast 100) und es werden mehr selbst produziert
- das ePaper Angebot an Zeitungen stieg auf 455 Ausgaben

Via / mehr auf bdzv.de

Hier noch ein paar Charts







Vielleicht kann man bei der nächsten Umfrage auch nach den Kaufangeboten für Digitale Güter und Dienste fragen. Oder nach den Zielsetzungen und den Angeboten im rahmen von Social Media Aktivitäten. Oder ...

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Thursday, January 14, 2010

US Research: Reading Dailies (almost) Daily

in Print or / and Online

18 - 34 Jahre: 23 %
35 - 44 Jahre: 36 %
45 - 54 Jahre: 44 %
55 Jahre + : 64 %

Source: Harris Interactive

da stellt sich die Frage, wie ein getrenntes Ergebnis für die bis 24 jährigen und die 25 - 34 jährigen wohl ausgesehen hätte.

via / more about the willingness to pay for reading newspapers online at CNet

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Chart of the Day / Decade: Workers Employed in Newspaper Publishing 1947 - 2009

from the Silicon Alley Insider.

Employment in the US Newspaper Industry was growing continuously for over 50 years, than falling for 10 and crushing for the last 15 years



the future ... ? Are publishers prepared for it? Journalist? Editors? Workers?

P.S.
Die Vergleichszahlen für Deutschland
habe ich nicht zur Verfügung die Jahre 1996 - 2006 zeigen die Grafik (Basis: Verdi.de Wirtschaftspolitische Informationen 2007-02, PDF)

(sozialversicherungspflichtig Beschäftigten, in Betrieben mit mehr als 20 Beschäftigten)
vergrößern

Thursday, December 17, 2009

2010 Outlook on Ad Revenue and Strategic Initiatives at Newspapers

Nestor Bailly reorts on Kubas Consultants (Ed Strapagiel) survey 'Preview 2010' on over 530 U.S. and Canadian newspaper executives' and managers' expectations for advertising revenues in 2010 and what strategies they have planned to meet the New Year's challenges.

I don't think this picture on advertising revenue 2008 is very realistic



but anyway, more interesting is what executives and managers strategically plan



via / more  editorsweblog.org

The ePaper (4 pg. PDF) at kubas.com
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